Bre Tiesi hasn't ruled out having another child with Nick Cannon

Bre Tiesi in season 6 of Selling Sunset. Picture: Courtesy of Netflix © 2023

Bre Tiesi in season 6 of Selling Sunset. Picture: Courtesy of Netflix © 2023

Published Jun 28, 2023


Bre Tiesi hasn't ruled out having another child with Nick Cannon.

The 'Selling Sunset' star, 32, already has 11-month-old son Legendary with the 42-year-old TV host - who has 12 children with different women.

And while she would love to give her little boy a sibling and claims Cannon is "down for whatever", Tiesi doesn't feel she can juggle her career with two little ones right now.

She told 'Entertainment Tonight': “I do and I don’t.

“I think that for where I’m at in my career and my life right now, I just don’t know how I could possibly manage another child.”

Tiesi added: “Part of me does want to give [Legendary] another sibling, but he has a few of those, so I don’t think he’s necessarily missing out, but it’s hard.”

Cannon shares twins Monroe and Moroccan, 12, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, twins Zion and Zillion, two, and daughter Beautiful Zeppelin, six months, with Abby De La Rosa.

As well as sons Golden Sagon, six, and Rise Messiah Cannon, nine months, and daughter Powerful Queen, two, with Brittany Bell.

Cannon also has daughter Onyx Ice Cole, nine months, with LaNisha Cole.

And is the father of two children with Alyssa Scott: son Zen — who died at five months old in December 2021 after being diagnosed with brain cancer — and daughter Halo Marie, six months.

Cannon has a lot on his plate with his brood, and now, he's completing a degree in child psychology.

The star is pursuing a master's in child psychology and a Ph.D. in divinity.

Speaking on the podcast 'The Language of Love with Dr. Laura Berman', Cannon said: "I'm in that conversation every day.

"Oh, the presence of a father and how much will they need you and the Freudian aspect of reverting back to your childhood trauma, or the lack thereof. Nature vs nurture. These are conversations I have several times every single day."

When asked by Berman: "With who? With naysayers or with the mamas?", he replied: "Nah, not naysayers. But I'm like, I'm living, whether in therapy on my own or even just wanting to make sure that every single child has what they need, developmentally. And emotionally. I'm studying the brain and at what point does sensory matter."

Cannon also spoke about how challenging it was when he had to juggle two sick babies recently.

Berman said: "There was something going on, you know, nothing serious. But kids, you get these scares with them or these weird symptoms, or whatever.

“And so one of the babies, I don't know how many babies you have together, but your baby together was having some health concerns and she needed you emotionally."

Cannon replied: "And I was willing to be there physically but I don't know if I was available at the level that she needed me emotionally."